Report a hazardous queuing incident

Friday, May 24, 2019

Objections now raised with ERYC

Today we have filed our objections to further housing/commercial developments in Brough, Elloughton and Welton until a full road safety review and revised modelling of their impacts has been undertaken. 

Importantly our objection includes a critical analysis of the road congestion and safety of the A63/Welton interchange. Because you have been logging queuing incidents on it was possible to include a first analysis of the data collected so far - it tells a compelling story! 

You can download a copy of the report here

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Starting to Collect Signatures to Support Online Petition

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Campaign Crowd Funding

Hi everyone - thanks for all of your support and encouragement so far. We want to raise a little bit of money to help cover the costs of some banners we want to get printed. We hope to print about 6 at approx. £50 each. I've set up a PayPal pool.
Even just £1 from 300 of you will get us to our target.

I realise that not everyone has PayPal (it is very easy to set up). The other crowdfunding sites either didn't have PayPal as an option which I know many prefer as it is more secure OR they charged too higher fees for receiving payment.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Radio Humberside Interview with Burnsy

Today (07/05/2019) ourselves, Sophie Holmes (crash victim in 2017) and Terry Gill (recently elected local councillor) were interviewed by Caroline Brocklebank (roving reporter) and David Burns (Burnsy) on Radio Humberside about our campaign. 

If you missed it you can catch it here

00:15:00 Terry's preamble at Welton Junction with Caroline
00:25:03 Main piece starts
00:25:38 Amanda's interview with Caroline
00:27:44 Sophie's interview with Caroline
00:29:16 Kevin's interview with Caroline
00:43:00 Terry's interview with Burnsy
01:01:00 News bulletin with quotes from Terry
01:44:00 Burnsy mentions website
02:01:00 News bulletin with quotes from Amanda
02:05:00 Burnsy mentions petition - yay!
02:16:00 Caroline talks live to two residents in Brough
02:44:00 Adam Fowler Humber Environment Forum
03:01:00 News bulletin with quotes from Kevin
Lots of texts coming in throughout from people.
Great stuff!!

Sorry to Terry for our 22m old daughters cameo performance over his interview piece. 😀

Sunday, May 5, 2019

Campaign Update Sunday 5th May

Petition now over 1000 signatures! Click here if you haven't signed yet.

Terry Gill was elected with the biggest share of votes in the recent local elections. Congratulations Terry - this campaign looks forward to working with you in your new role as Councilor for Dale Ward. 

Radio Humberside will be running an interview this coming Tuesday - there will be an opportunity to phone in and make your comments.

A new easy to remember address for the A63 traffic incident reporting tool has been created.

We really need people to get using this as often as possible. Use it to report;
  • incidents at either the Welton or South Cave junctions
  • incidents when exiting or joining the A63
  • how the incident made you feel
  • details of the incident
And remember, even if nothing happened whilst queuing, the very fact that you are queuing on the A63 is a hazard in itself. It's still worth reporting.

You will start seeing posters going up around the town and neighbouring villages. If you know of somewhere you can put a poster please let us know with suggestions. Or if you can help put up some posters!

Thank you to everyone who has already signed the petition or reported an incident. 

Please keep sharing the blog address, the hazard reporting tool and our Facebook group page

Many thanks
Kevin & Amanda Goode

Wednesday, May 1, 2019